Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Catpop, May 8, 2013.
Great caliber BTW!
. everything else looked great but with the other one not having any visible warning signs I chose it over that one. I showed the guy behind the counter and he said, "weird" and stuck it back in the display case.... I may need a new gun store.
What passes for a S&W revolver today is pitiful.
It would be good for posterity.
Send it back, they'll make it right.
Lemurs have a low tensile strength and are a very poor choice for parts intended to contain high-pressure gases. Also, they have these creepy little hands that look half-human.
The forcing cone needs wants to be cut square and uniform because any asymmetry can cause the bullet to enter the barrel crooked, at the expense of accuracy. Like a muzzle crown, you'd expect that it would receive attention during assemble and inspection.
Their hands creep me out so much that I refuse to use them even as recoil buffers.
Accuracy was acceptable at 25 yards off hand, 4-5". Due to thunder boomers moving in at range that day I was not able to settle down and wring it out from a rest foe groups.
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